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Graduate Firmware Engineer

  • Location: Durham
  • Sector: Embedded Software
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: RMW22736/1
  • Salary: up to £30,000
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Job description

NEW GRADUATE FIRMWARE ENGINEER JOB BASED IN DURHAM.

This position will involve working within an experienced Software department, developing a range of software and firmware for a range of embedded instrumentation.

As a Graduate Firmware Engineer you will be trained in Embedded C software design and development.

Key skills/experience for Graduate Firmware Engineer job:

> Must have recently graduated with a relevant Electronics / Software Engineering degree.
> Embedded Software understanding
> An ambition to learn and progress within a global organisation.

This is a great chance to join a growing company who can offer the opportunity for career progression and personal development.

To apply for this Graduate Firmware Engineer job position based in Durham please send your CV to rwilcocks@redlinegroup.Com.
For more information contact Ricky Wilcocks on 01582 878810



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